Workshop: Color Darkroom 101

Event

November 4, 2017 at 10:00am

Color Darkroom 101

This Analog Color Darkroom workshop is for anyone interested in learning about creating color prints in a traditional color darkroom. The course focuses on the 12 basic steps of color printing from choosing the best negative to creating your final 8×10” print. You will learn how to process your own film in a roller transport machine, how to judge the best negative, and how to print test strips to analyze for color and density. You will be printing and critiquing your own final 8×10” print. Included in this course will be instruction for using the darkroom enlarger and the Kreonite processing machine. Additionally, you will learn the important procedures for using filters in the darkroom to alter the color of your print.

Prerequisites: None

Bring: One roll of exposed, unprocessed C-41 (color) 35mm film, brown bag lunch. We will provide coffee and light snacks.

Date: Saturday, November 4, 2017

Time: 10am-4pm

Location: Full Circle Fine Art Services

Instructor: Bill Wierzalis: As a color and black & white printer for the last 35 years, Bill has mastered the art of printing using only the analog process of light sensitive materials and photochemistry. Besides having worked in three photography studios with other professional photographers, he exhibits his images in 20 art shows a year around the East Coast. His photographs can be viewed at www.italyincolor.com, or the recent images of his April trip to Sicily at Bill Wierzalis Photography on Facebook

Cost: $180 / $155 for currently enrolled students (Includes a $20 materials fee).

Please call 410-528-1868 to reserve your seat. Space is limited.